Tigran Martirosyan may refer to:
Petrosyan, Petrosian or Petrossian, Bedrosian or Bedrossian is a common surname in Armenia. It is a patronymic from the Armenian first name Petros.
Yuri Norayrovich Vardanyan was a Soviet Armenian weightlifter. Vardanyan won a gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics, becoming the world's first weightlifter to achieve a 400 kilogram total in the 82.5 kg weight category. During his career he set several world records. He trained at Lokomotiv in Leninakan, Armenia. He earned the title Honoured Master of Sports of the USSR in 1977 and was awarded the Order of Lenin in 1985. In 1994 he was elected a member of the International Weightlifting Federation Hall of Fame.
Tigran Vardan Martirosyan is an Armenian weightlifter. He is 175 cm tall. Martirosyan was awarded the Honored Master of Sports of Armenia title in 2009.
A wide array of sports are played in Armenia. Popular sports in Armenia include football, basketball, volleyball, and ice hockey. Further, the country sends athletes to the Olympics in boxing, wrestling, weightlifting, judo, gymnastics, track and field, diving, swimming, and shooting. Armenia's mountainous terrain provides great opportunities for the practice of sports like skiing and rock climbing. Being a landlocked country, water sports can only be practiced on lakes, notably Lake Sevan. Competitively, Armenia has been very successful at chess, weightlifting, and wrestling at the international level. Armenia is also an active member of the international sports community, with full membership in the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), Federation of International Bandy (FIB), International School Sport Federation, International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), among others. It also hosts the Pan-Armenian Games.
Weightlifting competitions at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China were held from August 9 to August 19. Competitions were conducted at the Beihang University Gymnasium.
The men's 69 kilograms weightlifting event was the third lightest men's event at the weightlifting competition, limiting competitors to a maximum of 69 kilograms of body mass. The competition took place between August 11 and 12 and was divided in three parts due to the large number of competitors. Group C weightlifters competed at 12:30 on the 11th, Group B competed at 10:00 on the 12th, and Group A at 19:00. This event was the seventh Weightlifting event to conclude.
Tigran Gevorg Martirosyan is an Armenian weightlifter. He was awarded the Honored Master of Sports of Armenia title in 2009. Martirosyan is an Armenian Champion, three-time European Champion, World Champion and was temporarily acknowledged as the youngest Olympic medalist from Armenia before being stripped of the medal for doping violations.
Gevorg Davtyan is an Armenian weightlifter. Davtyan received the Master of Sport of Armenia, International Class title in 2001, Best Sportsman of Armenia award in 2007 and Honored Master of Sport of Armenia title in 2009. He is 165 cm tall.
Tigran Martirosyan is an Armenian tennis player who rose in the ATP tennis rankings of top players during 2008.
Martirosyan or variants Mardirosian and Mardirossian in Western Armenian and at times Martirosjan is an Armenian surname. It means "son of Martiros".
Vardan, Varden in Georgian, is an Armenian name of Middle Persian origin, popular in Armenia and Georgia.
Ashot Mkhitaryan was the head of the National weightlifting team of Armenia.
The Men's 77 kilograms weightlifting event at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom, took place at ExCeL London.
Weightlifting was introduced to Armenia in the late 1920s and became widely practiced after World War II. Today, it is one of the country's most popular sports. The sport is regulated by the Armenian Weightlifting Federation. The first weightlifters from Soviet Armenia made successful appearances the international stage in the 1970s. Vardan Militosyan won a silver at the 1976 Olympics, and later Yurik Vardanyan became an Olympic, World and European champion through the late 1970s and the early 1980s. Oksen Mirzoyan and Yurik Sarkisyan rose to top positions in the 1980s. After its independence from the Soviet Union, Armenia successfully held its weightlifting traditions and continues to be one of the strongest nations in Europe. In 2008, the Armenia team placed first at the European Championship. In the 2008 Summer Olympics Armenia won three bronze medals. Tigran Gevorg Martirosyan is Armenia's only world champion with his successful appearance in 2010.
Edgar Gevorgyan is an Armenian weightlifter. He competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the men's 85 kg division. Gevorgyan competed along with his compatriot Tigran Vardan Martirosyan, who eventually won the bronze medal. Gevorgyan successfully lifted 176 kg in the single-motion snatch, but did not finish the event, as he failed to hoist 196 kg in three attempts for the two-part, shoulder-to-overhead clean and jerk.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Sedov is a Kazakhstani weightlifter.
Tigran is an Armenian given name. The historical name is Tigranes, primarily kings of Armenia.
Davtyan is an Armenian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Armenia competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 5 to 21 August 2016. It was the nation's sixth consecutive appearance at the Summer Olympics in the post-Soviet era.
Simon Martirosyan is an Armenian weightlifter, Olympian, two time World Champion, and two time European Champion competing in the 105 kg category until 2018 and 109 kg starting in 2018 after the International Weightlifting Federation reorganized the categories.